For Neruda For Chile

Author by : Walter Lowenfels
Languange : en
Publisher by : Beacon Press (MA)
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Chile

Author by : Guillermo Perry
Languange : en
Publisher by : World Bank Publications
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Description : "The "Chilean model" has been expostulated for some time in the Latin American and Caribbean region and elsewhere because it appeared that the country, despite terrible political and economic turmoil, embodied important lessons about economic management." Over the last 15 years, Chile has been the Latin American country with the most consistent and successful economic record. The success of Chile's economic reforms and the subsequent dramatic increase in real income are well known. To a large extent, Chile's positive fiscal outcomes have been the result of sound policies as well as sound fiscal institutions. However, there is room for improvement in the education and health sectors, and the results for Chile in terms of equality of income are not positive. 'Chile: Recent Policy Lessons and Emerging Challenges' presents a series of papers analyzing different aspects of Chilean public policy, which cover economic and social policies as well as regulatory and governance issues. The book is broken down into three parts: The first part examines the contribution of macroeconomic policies to superior outcomes; the second part analyzes the many advances in the social sector and the remaining troublesome issues; and the third part evaluates regulatory reforms and the effects of privatization. Since no public policy model is static, further reforms are needed to maintain Chile's economic growth as well as to respond effectively to public demands. As Chile grapples with its pockets of poverty, the balance between social safety nets and the need for greater efficiency in labor markets, a rebalancing of regulatory powers, and other thorny issues, it will need to rely on its institutional experience in public policy and conflict resolution.


Economic Reforms In Chile

Author by : Ricardo Ffrench-Davis
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Michigan Press
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Description : An analysis of the neoliberal reform in Chile during the last thirty years


Chile Footprint Handbook

Author by : Janak Jani
Languange : en
Publisher by : Footprint Travel Guides
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Description : Take off and explore the highest geyser, driest desert and one of the highest lakes in the world with this totally updated and revised 6th edition of Footprint's guide. It is loaded with crucial travel facts, the most up-to-date listings and informative background information. With its diverse geography, serenity and stunning natural beauty Chile is perfect for travellers wanting to escape from it allSpecial colour section giving the low-down on the stunning natural phenomena that Chile is renowned for Fantastic listings, whether you want to discover the vast array of adventure sports on offer, the great vineyards, or the many cultural heritage sites Janak lives in Valparaiso and knows the country extensively In-depth accommodation listings to suit every budget


Chile

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Publisher by : World Bank Publications
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Description : Living Standards Measurement Study No. 113. This paper analyzes the extent to which workers in Bolivia face barriers to entry in the formal and informal sectors of the urban labor market. These barriers are most prevalent in the formal sector because of regulation. The higher wages found in the that sector are often regarded as evidence of labor market segmentation. However, wage differences between sectors may also result from compensating wage differentials, which follow from non-monetary returns to the job such as health insurance, utility associated with the workplace, and job security. The author proposes a model that allows testing for labor market segmentation between the two sectors on the basis of cross- sectional data. The methodology incorporates data on ways in which individuals search for new jobs and information about discouraged workers who have stopped searching for jobs. The proposed model accounts for all of the specific features of urban labor markets in developing countries, in particular the existence of a competitive informal sector.


Exploring Chile With The Five Themes Of Geography

Author by : Jane Holiday
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
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Description : Chile is a land of deserts and rain forests. Study the landscapes of this long and narrow country and the plant life that grows in Chile s varied regions. How do the volcanoes of Chile affect the land? How do the people of Chile use the volcanoes to their benefit? Find out the answer to these questions as your students read about Chile s geography.


Pinochet S Economists

Author by : Juan Gabriel Valdes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : "A fascinating, masterful, generally objective, critical examination of Chilean economic development primarily between 1973-94. Focuses on the role of the Chicago School in reshaping the economic structure and destiny of Chile during the Pinochet, Aylwin, and Frei presidencies. Describes the rise to prominence of the Chicago School actors in the Pinochet government, the implantation of the Chicago School in Chile, the two phases of power of the Chicago School actors, the progress towards a stable economy, and the return to democracy. Concludes 'that the Chicago revolution has left an indelible stamp on Chilean society's complex route towards modernity' (p. 280)"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.


Chile

Author by : Jacobo Timerman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Vintage
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Description : Chronicles the human drama and tragedy of events in contemporary Chile in light of fourteen years of brutal dictatorship


The Southern Tiger

Author by : Ricardo Lagos
Languange : en
Publisher by : St. Martin's Press
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Description : Former Chilean president Ricardo Lagos provides a fascinating glimpse inside his country's meteoric rise on the world stage. A leader in the underground resistance movement against Augusto Pinochet and his Dirty War, Ricardo Lagos burst onto the national stage in 1988 when he gave a speech denouncing the dictator, the first of its kind. Revolution soon followed, as Chileans took to the streets to oust a criminal despot and pave the way for democracy. In The Southern Tiger, Lagos chronicles Chile's journey from terror and repression to a thriving open society, and from crushing poverty to one of the wealthiest nations in Latin America. His thrilling stories of surviving Chile's political prisons, standing up to President George W. Bush over the war in Iraq, and rebuilding Chile's education system demonstrate why President Obama recently called Chile 'a model for the region and the world.' As citizens across the globe rise up to demand more from their governments, The Southern Tiger is an inspiring story of political and economic rebirth in the wake of fear.


Engendering Democracy In Chile

Author by : Annie G. Dandavati
Languange : en
Publisher by : Peter Lang
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Description : "Engendering Democracy in Chile" documents the rise of a women's movement in Chile in response to the establishment of a military regime. It focuses on the growth of the women's movement and its institutionalization under the new democratic government and concludes with its achievements while highlighting the challenges faced by women as they work for political and economic change in Chile.